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, the bombings around them, one outside the green zone near the defense ministry. many in more ordinary neighborhoods. thereouth of baghdad, were several explosions, most of them geared at shia neighborhoods, marketplaces, army targets and police. as you can see around me here at the university, life has gone on. over the past 10 years despite the violence. this campus is full of students, some of whom are celebrating their graduation from the law college. when you talk to them, these young people, they say they fear an uncertain future, but they believe they can actually make it better. outside these campus walls, it is a little bit more grim. a lot of people feel that over the past 10 years almost nothing has been a cop list. but here there is still the hope that they can actually go out and do things and change things and make a better a rack. an iraqir we spoke to foreign minister and he said that iraqi politicians are responsible for failing iraqi citizens. >> unfortunately, recently the number of attacks has increased. a few days ago the terrorists stormed the justice ministry in
. that is a row, even if it has the right to act on its own defense security, it would be america that has its back -- israel, even if it has the right to act on its own defense security. it does it will be america who decides what goes on and how iran will be handled and not israel. or at least of israel acted they would have to do so in tandem with the united states. onia -- we will hear more that because -- when the present visit jordan. israel has been sitting on the sidelines on syria but it has feared the instability in syria may overspill into israel. statement at the airport there -- the basic three principles of what makes this relation to the very special to deal with iran and others. the common values, and the idea from a very specific pro-is raley, pro-american approach, but, democrats get -- , democratic and universal values, and, 3,, theological values. this is, as mike said, the historic home of the jewish people. despite differences in their size -- cities on hills. in a way, this sort of defining of relations would make it more possible for obama to put some pressure is on the
results for germany, but the team has some weaknesses, especially at defense and attack. it could be a sign for an intake of young blood. here's a look at some contenders out. >> they could be germany's next generation of goal-scoring machines. >> i don't think i am like the others. i like my style to make a mark. i tried to make sure that my game helps the team. >> it has been a tough road to the top for these young guns. this person did not get much of a run in the first season, but he has had better luck in his second. he has been a regular starter for norbert and as a contender for the national team. and the german coach it is not just trying out young strikers. he is also on the lookout for defenders that could work. >> in the bundesliga, when it comes to defenders, there are actually very few candidates for the left wing. they're not ones that i can bash into shape. now. >> but he will keep looking. in recent games, he has tried out five different combinations, but none of them have really worked. so the german coach's attention has turned to sebastian, the very model of a m
was later transported to the hague. germany's defense minister within molly, -- mali, visiting the troops. thomas said germany's help with training must be accomplished -- accompanied with a process of political reconciliation. he said germany would continue to provide assistance as long as mali's government needs it. syriare were claims from that the violence there had taken on a new dimension. state tv showed pictures of what it said were victims of a chemical attack by rebels on an area close to aleppo. the rocket contain poisonous gasses. we have had 16 civilian martyrs and 86 wounded, most of whom are in a serious condition. >> the government asked the un to investigate, but the opposition quickly blamed the government for the attack. written and france asked the u.s. -- britain and france asked the un to look into those allegations. if chemical weapons are being used by other side, it will be the first time during the conflict in syria. meanwhile, the steering opposition shows -- chose a new leader. the neww the head of interim government. he moved to the u.s. as a young man and is
minister of defense, as the new president. the situation is rather precarious grip most residents are in their homes. houses have been looted. offices have been looted. the u.n. promises, -- premises, ngo premises, private communications, banks, pretty much everything has been looted. there have even been reports of the hospital being used, the pediatric hospital. this has been done by combination of armed elements, as well as neighborhoods, residents taking an opportunity to target houses that belong or are recited by international diplomatic communities or the united nations community. .t has bent on going all day that work aters these promises have had different groups come through, so they have not been loaded once, but several times. it has been a traumatic experience for most aid workers. >> several people have been killed as rebels spent a second day battling troops. the joint military force launched a counter-offensive. inbels withdrew from gao january after a french operation to drive them out of northern mali. homosexuals in russia fear a new propaganda bill could threat
a trip to the country. but those sanction liftings are going further still and there is talk of defense corporation between australia and myanmar atache being se connected. these links are building and not to say all angeses -- sanctions will be lifted but will remain some of those. it's a gradual process but an important relationship in this region. >> even though this visit underlines the intentions between the west and myanmar, there are still some serious questions about human rights in the country. >> that's right. only last week the u.n. brought out a support saying the progress towards human rights normalization in myanmar was patchy. they talked about 250 political prisoners still stuck in jails around the country, 200,000 people in refugee camps as a result of fighting mainly between muslim and buddhists in the country. and julia gillard pointed out in the short press conference she held, some of the money coming to myanmar is conditional on improving human rights in the country. $20 million worth of increased aid was announced for the country but that is largely going to be sp
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